Trinity Community Church

118 Community College Dr.

Center Twp./Monaca, PA 15061

Phone: 724-728-1125

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Centerpoint Community Church
              
Building God's Kingdom By Building God's People
 
Sunday Morning Service - 10:30 AM
Sunday School - 9:30 AM
Thursday Night Bible Study - 7:00 PM
 
 
 We are so happy you decided to visit.  We are a non-denominational church located in Center Twp (Monaca), PA. 
 

      

Announcements below...
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Good Friday Service at 7:00PM

*This will be a solemn and insightful rememberance of Jesus' experience in the Garden of Gethsemane

*We will sign hymns, worship songs and participate in joint readings as we look at Jesus' suffering and preparation for His death on the cross.

*We will also celebrate the Lord's Supper

*There is no Thursday night Bible Study this week

 

Easter Sunday Celebration - 10:30A.M.

*Celebrate the Resurrection of our Savior.  There will be a special Easter message, special readings, Easter Choir, Men's Choir, Women's Choir, Celebration of the Lord's Supper.  

*There is NO Sunday School on Easter

 

Bible Study Thursdays at 7:00PM - Topic: Suffering (no Bible Study 4/2/15

*If God loves us, then why do we suffer? .What does God say about suffering?  How should I act when I suffer?  What can I learn from Job?  What is the purpose of suffering?  We will examine six differnet worldviews as to why suffering exists.

 

 

Help Decorate Centerpoint for Easter

Each Easter Lily costs $7.00 and you can take it home with you on Easter Sunday.  Please give your $7.00 to Lisa Vesolich for each Easter Lily.

 

Interested in Becoming a Member of Centerpoint?
 

New Members Class will meet on Sunday evening March 22 at 6:00pm.

 

 

Centerpoint's Helping Hands

Centerpoint's Helping Hands (formerly Backpacks for the Homeless) is a group of individuals willing to volunteer their time and talents to help the homeless and needy people in our community.  We provide backpacks filled with items required for daily hygiene and warmth as well as clothing when possible.  This new ministry can go in many directions.  Our mission is to follow God's Word.  "...Whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you do for me." Matt. 25:40

 

 

Sunday School

*Invest in your family's future.  Bring your family to Sunday School.  It begins at 9:30AM on Sundays.

*Children of all ages and adults classes.

Click here for the adult Sunday School information

 

Church Directory Starring You!

The Church Directory is under the Member Access Tab above!  Email Amy Langelli for directions to check your family's information! itzamyme@hotmail.com  OR - watch this video if you already have the password: VIDEO tutorial

IF YOU HAVE/WANT A NEW FAMILY PHOTO, PLEASE LET ME (Amy) KNOW. :)  If any other information needs updated, please also let me know.

Crossroads Men's Shelter

This is a men's homeless shelter located in Beaver Falls.  Donate socks and warm clothes on the table downstairs.

 

Free Fitness Class for Women at Centerpoint

This is a free class featuring a combination of aerobics, pilates, and cardio. It is held on TUESDAYS from 6:30-7:30pm.  The instructor is Lisa Vesolich (B.A. in Musical Theater & Dance)

 

 

 

Hospice Clothing Drive at Centerpoint

Donate new or gently used polo shirts for men (all sizes) and dusters or nightgowns for women.  This will be an ongoing ministry at Centerpoint to bless those in hospice care.  Please contact Kay Pfahlert for more details.

     

          

We Need More Nursery Volunteers

Our nursery is growing and we need more people to help in this ministry.  Please see Stacie Vesolich if you are interested.

 Sunday School Volunteers

If you are interested in teaching Sunday School for our children, please see Stacie Vesolich.

 

 
If you are the head of a ministry... click here

 

 
 
 
Our Daily BreadApril 02 
Daily Devotionals
  • Enjoying His Meal

    It’s not about the table, whether it’s square or round. It’s not about the chairs—plastic or wooden. It’s not about the food, although it helps if it has been cooked with love. A good meal is enjoyed when we turn off the TV and our cell phones and concentrate on those we’re with.

  • Pain With A Purpose

    I asked several friends what their most difficult, painful experience in life had been. Their answers included war, divorce, surgery, and the loss of a loved one. My wife’s reply was, “The birth of our first child.” It was a long and difficult labor in a lonely army hospital. But looking back, she said she considers it joyful “because the pain had a big purpose.”

  • Why Me?

    British pastor Joseph Parker was asked, “Why did Jesus choose Judas to be one of His disciples?” He thought deeply about the question for a while but could not come up with an answer. He said that he kept running into an even more baffling question: “Why did He choose me?”

  • It’s Beautiful!

    After being away on business, Terry wanted to pick up some small gifts for his children. The clerk at the airport gift shop recommended a number of costly items. “I don’t have that much money with me,” he said. “I need something less expensive.” The clerk tried to make him feel that he was being cheap. But Terry knew his children would be happy with whatever he gave them, because it came from a heart of love. And he was right—they loved the gifts he brought them.

  • Who Are You?

    From time to time, we read of people who are offended at not being treated with what they consider due respect and deference. “Do you know who I am?” they shout indignantly. And we are reminded of the statement, “If you have to tell people who you are, you probably really aren’t who you think you are.” The polar opposite of this arrogance and self-importance is seen in Jesus, even as His life on earth was nearing its end.

  • Trail Trees

    In recent years, my daughter has become fascinated with the history of the indigenous people in northern Michigan where she lives. One summer afternoon when I was visiting, she showed me a road that had a sign designating “Trail Trees.” She explained to me that it’s believed that long ago the Native Americans bent young trees to point the way to specific destinations and that they continued to grow in an unusual shape.

  • Foley Artists

    Crunch. Crunch. Whoosh! In the early days of film, Foley artists created sounds to support the story’s action. Squeezing a leather pouch filled with cornstarch made the sound of snow crunching, shaking a pair of gloves sounded like bird wings flapping, and waving a thin stick made a whoosh sound. To make movies as realistic as possible, these artists used creative techniques to replicate sounds.

  • The Definite Choice

    Coming from someone who used to value ancestral gods, my 90-year-old father’s statement near the end of his life was remarkable: “When I die,” he spoke laboriously, “nobody should do anything other than what the church will do. No soothsaying, no ancestral sacrifices, no rituals. As my life is in the hands of Jesus Christ, so shall my death be!”

  • God’s Clocks

    Ivisit two elderly women from time to time. One has no financial worries, is fit for her age, and lives in her own home. But she can always find something negative to say. The other is crippled with arthritis and rather forgetful. She lives in simple accommodations, and keeps a reminder pad so she won’t forget her appointments. But to every visitor to her tiny apartment, her first comment is always the same: “God is so good to me.” Handing her the reminder pad on my last visit, I noticed that she had written the day before “Out to lunch tomorrow! Wonderful! Another happy day.”

  • Simply Trusting

    When our children were young, taking them to the doctor’s office was an interesting experience. The waiting room was filled with toys they could play with and children’s magazines I would read to them. So getting that far with them was no problem. But as soon as I picked them up to carry them into the appointment, everything changed. Suddenly the fun turned into fear as the nurse approached with the needle for the needed shot. The closer she got, the tighter they hugged my neck. They would cling to me for comfort, probably hoping for rescue, not knowing that it was for their own good.